Singapore, 20 February 2024 - ST Engineering today announced that its Commercial Aerospace business has extended its partnership with Honeywell for mechanical, avionics and LEAP engine components service and repair as a member of the Honeywell Channel Partner network. Under the partnership extension, ST Engineering will continue to be a licensed repair centre for Honeywell's components, and use the latter’s advanced technologies and software solutions to provide one-stop component repair and overhaul services for operators worldwide.

ST Engineering became a member of the Honeywell Channel Partner network in 2019, which gives it access to Honeywell’s maintenance document and technical support for over 700 individual part numbers from avionics to electrical and mechanical components. In addition to being part of the Honeywell Channel Partner network, ST Engineering is also the only licensed maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service provider based in Asia Pacific for Honeywell components installed on the LEAP-series engines.

Goh Poh Loh, Executive Vice President and Head of Component Services at ST Engineering, said, “ST Engineering and Honeywell have had a longstanding partnership that is committed to delivering the highest possible levels of component support to airlines and operators. With the renewal of our collaboration with Honeywell, ST Engineering will continue to live up to its strong value proposition of providing fleet maintenance solutions that are enhanced with OEM support and resources.”

As the authorised service centre to over 15 leading OEMs, ST Engineering supports more than 1,000 aircraft and provides integrated component solutions for over 23,500 unique aircraft parts. Its Commercial Aerospace business provides round-the-clock support and delivers more than 80,000 components annually from its component MRO facilities located in Asia and Europe. Its global nacelle MRO services currently operate out of facilities located in the U.S., Asia and Europe.

ST Engineering will showcase its MRO solutions at the Singapore Airshow, 20 - 25 February 2024, at the ST Engineering Pavilion (G01).